9745 Sigma Tile Cutter with Pull Handle

SKU: 9745
Manufacturer: Sigma
$ 392.00 to $ 640.00

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$392.00 to $640.00

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Sigma Pull Handle Tile Cutters - 3G2, 3L, 3B4, 3C2, 3D2

Sigma tile cutters are professional grade, light-weight tile cutters for ultra precise cutting of porcelain tile, ceramic, glass mosaic tile and more. The Sigma tile cutters feature a pull handle design and an enlarged breaker table for easy scoring and snapping of larger tile.


Features

  • Easy-grip pull handle
  • Spring loaded breaker table with the added advantage of measurement conveniently close to the operator
  • Swiveling ruler (in inches) angles between -45 to + 45 degrees for fast & accurate diagonal cuts
  • Heavy-duty tile cutter, allows particularly thick or difficult materials to be easily cut
  • Cuts material between 1/16” and 3/4” inch thick
  • Easy to dismantle & transport
  • Made with high-resistance aluminum alloy and steel
  • Includes tungsten carbide scoring wheel
  • Extension arm for support of large tile included only with 3C2 and 3D2 models

Sigma Tile Cutter Specifications
ModelSigma 3LSigma 3B4Sigma 3C2Sigma 3D2
Length of Cut 22 in26 in30 in37 in
Diagonally Cuts15 in18 in20 in24 in
Weight18 lbs24 lbs28 lbs30 lbs


Questions & Answers (7)

8/27/2015 9:04:04 pm

Does the gauge come in inches or is it metric?

All the Sigma cutters we sell have a gauge in inches.

1/31/2016 9:48:39 pm

What is the difference between the Sigma 2B3 and the 3B2 Pull Handle Tile Cutter?

The Sigma 3B2 Pull Handle Tile Cutter has a larger, higher quality base, gauge, spring loaded pads and support arm.
Sigma 2B3 Pull Handle Tile Cutter
Base Width: 8"
Total Spring loaded pad size: 10-1/4" W x 14" L, Spring loaded pads overhang base.
Total Guide Length: 23-1/2".
Sigma 3B2 Pull Handle Tile Cutter
Base Width: 13"
Total Spring loaded pad size: 13" W x 17-3/4" L, No overhang with spring loaded pads.
Total Guide Length: 32-1/4".

12/25/2016 2:32:23 pm

What are the Sigma's 3G body dimensions (long, wide, high)?

Here are the dimensions:
Length - 27"
Width - 25-1/2" with ruler guide, 12-3/4" just cutting table
Height - 8" with handle, 6-1/2" to top of guide bar

2/6/2017 1:12:02 pm

What is the difference between 3B4K and a 3B4M?

The 3B4K features a Klick-Klock handle, whereas the 3B4M has a MAX handle.

1/18/2020 5:23:51 pm

What is the difference between the Sigma 3D and the 3D2 tile cutters? Also, can the pull handle be replaced with the Max push handle?

The difference would be a minor upgrade to the tile cutter. Whenever there is an upgrade, Sigma adds the next number in a series. This upgrade can be something as minor as a screw being replaced. 

You can replace the push handle with a MAX handle, however, you need to make sure that the handle will fit the tile cutter rail.

Does the Sigma Pull Handle Tile Cutter come with a carrying case?

No, the Sigma Pull Handle Tile Cutter does not come with a case. Click here for Sigma Tile Cutter Cases!

Does the Sigma Pull Handle Tile Cutter come with a replacement scoring wheel?

No, the Sigma Pull Handle Tile Cutter does not come with a replacement scoring wheel. Click here for Sigma Carbide Scoring Wheels for Pull Handle Cutters!

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worth the extra coin

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Replaced my ragged out 2 yr old First Gen Rubi 29" TIT cutter with the Sigms 3B2. Although the new V.2 Rubi has improved all the short falls of the first incarnation with its slotted screw down fence clamp and thru bolt replacement wheel, the Sigma in my opinion is still worth the extra dough. The breaking force of the springed table is noticeably stronger and the glide of the scoring handle is smoother equating to clean and effortless cuts and rips everytime. Dig this machine!

De lo mejorcito

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Tengo 10 años instalado tiles , eh probado muchas marcas, mis primeros años use una Rubi hasta que por casualidad un instalador con expericencia de mas de 25 años haciendo tile me recomendo Sigma, desde esa vez nunca eh usado otra marca, estas cortadoras duran mucho pero mucho tiempo con decirles que mi primera cortadora la sigo usando hace 8 años, si buscas la perfeccion en tus trabajos con Sigma no te equivocas, cortes exactos , la puedes subir o bajar segun el grosor de la ceramica , las instalaciones en 45 son 3 veces mas rapidas.
son caras pero valen cada centavos de lo cuesta probalas no te arepentiras al igual que yo.